git-flow AVH Edition 1.2.0 was released on October 11, 2012. git-flow is a bunch of shell scripts that helps your development workflow as described in my previous post.
- Improve the help output of the commands.
- Fix problem with init function on BSD systems.
- Add initialize function to git flow version.
- Add parameter –showcommands to all commands.
This will show the git commands performed while executing the command. Thanks to Jerome Baum for the original implementation.
- Display where user is on finish.
Some commands did not display the branch you are on after the command finished.
- When finishing a hotfix/release and it’s to be tagged, the tag must not exist.
If you want to use git-flow, and I don’t know why you wouldn’t, download it from github, follow the installation instructions and start using it. And while you are using it contribute to the git-flow AVH Edition. Check the wiki on how you can help improve git-flow AVH Edition.